All in the Family: Season 3, Episode 7

The Bunkers and the Swingers (28 Oct. 1972)

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Edith answers a magazine personal ad from a couple seeking new friends ... unaware that they engage in a swinging lifestyle.

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Edith is lonely and decides to answer a magazine ad for a couple to be friends with. She invites them over for dinner without telling Archie. The couple, Curtis and Ruth Remply seem friendly - too friendly. It takes Louise Jefferson to explain to Edith that the Remplys are actually swingers and not just on the dance floor. Written by Jerry Roberts <armchair-cinema@hotmail.com>

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Curtis Rempley is the 2nd of 3 roles Vincent Gardenia played on All in the Family (1971). His first visit was as Jim Bowman in All in the Family: Lionel Moves Into the Neighborhood (1971) airing March 2 1971. After this episode, he went on to play the recurring character of Frank Lorenzo (with Betty Garrett as wife Irene) beginning with All in the Family: We're Having a Heat Wave (1973) airing September 5 1973. See more »

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When Edith takes the pie shell out of the oven she has a red potholder in her left hand and a yellow one in her right. in the closeup shot of the pie shell the potholders are reversed. See more »

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Archie Bunker: I don't want no creepos, weirdos or sexos in my house!
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I'm in the Mood for Love
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Written by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields
Played while the Bunkers and Rempleys were dancing
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